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Butch & Sundance: The Early Days: A prequel to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, chronicling the two outlaws' lives (played by William Katt, and Tom Berenger) in the years before the events portrayed in the hit Paul Newman/Robert Redford movie. (1979)
The Last Hard Men: Charlton Heston plays a retired sheriff who suddenly gets back in the saddle after the man he put away a decade ago (James Coburn) escapes and kidnaps his daughter. (1976)
Rio Conchos: An ex-Confederate (Richard Boone), two Army officers and a Mexican bandit team up to find the thieves who are supplying guns to renegade Indians/outlaws for the purpose of resurrecting the Civil war. Also features Jim Brown (1964)
Take a Hard Ride: A loyal cowboy, whose boss died during an arduous cattle drive, vows to take the money made from the sale of the herd to the man's widow. Accompanied by two offbeat companions he encounters killers, thieves, and a ruthless bounty hunter. (Jim Brown, Lee Van Cleef) (1975)
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"Rio Conchos" (1964/2.35:1 Widescreen) 4/5
-Stuart Whitman, Richard Boone, Tony Franciosa, Wende Wagner, Jim Brown; Directed by Gordon Douglas
Overall the quality of this movie was quite good with sharp and clear picture. The audio sounds really good with "dts-HD Master Audio 2.0" and sounds great on a 5.1 system. At some points, during dark parts it doesn't look as sharp.
"Take a Hard Ride" (1975/1.78:1 Widescreen) 3.5/5
-Lee Van Cleef, Jim Brown, Fred Williamson, Catherine Spaak, Jim Kelly, Barry Sullivan, Harry Carey Jr,; Directed by Anthony M. Dawson
Overall the quality is okay and at some points does have sharpness to the picture. The audio sounds pretty good with the same audio as the first film.
"Butch & Sundance: The Early Years" (1979/1.78:1 Widescreen) 4/5
-William Katt, Tom Berenger, Brian Dennehy, Jill Eikenberry, Christopher Lloyd; Directed by Richard Lester
Overall the quality of this film is quite good with clear and sharp picture with pretty good color. The audio, same as the others is pretty good and doesn't have any crackles.
"The Last Hard Men" (1979/2.35:1 Widescreen) 4.5/5
-James Coburn, Charlton Heston, Barbara Hershey, Jorge Rivero, Michael Parks, Larry Wilcox, Christopher Mitchum; Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen
The quality of this film, in my opinion is the best out of these four. The film has great color, sharpness and is really clear. The dark scenes look pretty good and is sharp. The audio sounds great and is the same as the other three.
Overall this is a great Blu-ray set for less than $20 and is a definitely must have. This is a great item to replace those DVD double-features by Shout.
I'm a huge James Coburn fan and I picked this up just for "The Last Hard Men" and it looks great! I figured for the price I was getting 3 free "bonus" films. Well the three other films are not all that bad, in fact Butch and Sundance the Early Years was far from the rip off of the great original Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid [Blu-ray] that I've always assumed and was enjoyable. I also enjoyed the 10 minute interview with Sundance himself , William Katt. On the other Disc I found a bit of buried treasure in Rio Conchos which featured some legendary actors and a nice 2:35 anamorphic picture! The last movie "Take A Hard Ride" is for my money far lesser than the others but enjoyable in its own right and came along with two very very interesting bonus interviews with Fred "The Hammer" Williamson and the late great Jim Kelly.
I'm not used to budget "collections" being treated so well... bonus interviews, Trailers, .... and pretty nice HD Transfers!
When you consider what Olive films is charging for a 70 minute Black and White John Wayne movie on BR these days... this is a fabulous value and delivers hours of BR fun for Western Fans.
Rio Conchos especially looks great in this Blu-Ray version.
Great musical score by Jerry Goldsmith, and a lot of action and
better than average dialogue from Richard Boone, Tony Franciosa,
and the collection of the 3 movies are excellent but not Butch and Sundance
Great value for the price also, Personally I'm totally satisfied